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June was the lightest trading month this year for defined contribution plan investors, according to the Alight Solutions 401(k) Index™.
On average, 0.013% of balances traded each day
Inflows and outflows during the month:
39% of inflows went to international funds and 23% went to target date funds
Outflows were primarily company stock, stable value, and small U.S. equity funds
Asset classes with most trading inflows in June
Asset classes with most trading outflows in June
June investment portfolios:
At the end of June, 67.0% of balances were invested in equities, up marginally from 66.9% at the end of May
Asset classes with largest percentage of total balance at end of June
Asset classes with most contributions in June
The Alight Solutions 401(k) Index™ statistics for the period ending June 30, 2017:
Returns for common indices
A “normal” level of relative transfer activity is when the net daily movement of participants’ balances as a percent of total 401(k) balances within the Alight Solutions 401(k) Index™ equals between 0.3 times and 1.5 times the average daily net activity of the preceding 12 months. A “high” relative transfer activity day is when the net daily movement exceeds two times the average daily net activity. A “moderate” relative transfer activity day is when the net daily movement is between 1.5 and two times the average daily net activity of the preceding 12 months.
Target date funds also include the amounts in target risk funds. The amount in the target risk funds is less than 10% of the total.